Friday, September 18, 2015

Fashion Friday: Designer Spotlight - Mode Merr Bridal


Model: Chanelle Melton Source: Myke Yeager Photography
This past week Mode Merr participated in StyleWeek Northeast. StyleWeek is a week long trade event occurring semi-annually. This fashion show features emerging designers and focuses on brand and business development. What an awesome show and opportunity for Mode Merr!
Model: Ashely Nutini Source: Myke Yeager Photography
I've been dreamily watching my Facebook feed fill up with awesome new styles. By now you all know that I'm all about quality and while I don't have very many pieces from Mode Merr (sadly, only three currently) they are all fantastic quality! I *recently* (a few years ago) purchased a skirt from Mode Merr and when I received it packaged so well, I almost didn't want to open it. Included with my skirt was a handwritten note thanking me for my purchase, along with a fabric swatch postcards filled with squares of material of all the other skirts!
 
Model: Stella Chu

Since my last order, Mode Merr has revamped their website - super easy to navigate with great design and have included a bridal section as well! I wish this was available when I got married but hopefully it helps some other bride to be. Dresses from the Peggy Cole Bridal Collection are made to order and range in price from $200-$500! That's a great price for a custom fitted and designed dress. I might order one anyways...there are always pinup contests!

Model: Lulu Locks Source: Myke Yeager Photography
I'm always on the look out for new, awesome retro Bridal designs as I know how hard it can be to find. I hope this helped ease someone's search. Even if you're not a bride to be - check out Mode Merr for fabulous, quality made rockabilly/retro designs! 


If you happen to be out Rhode Island way, be sure to stop by for the fall open studio! I wish I could go so much! 

What's your favorite item from Mode Merr or favorite thing about the brand? Post below, please!

Miss Liz